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Dr. Fallah will present MENASWA population in 41st annual Southwest Popular/American Culture Association (SWPACA) conference

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Cultural and Legal aspects of Treatments related to Culturally and linguistically diverse (CLD) students with disabilities from Middle Eastern /North African/ Southwest Asian (MENASWA) How are we serving them?, for the 41st annual Southwest Popular/American Culture Association (SWPACA) conference, held February 19-22, 2020, at the Hyatt Regency Hotel and Conference Center in Albuquerque, NM.

http://southwestpca.org/
Final program:
http://southwestpca.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/2020-SWPACA-Program-Final.pdf
Here is the Draft of the program. Waw, 105 pages , must be great to participate and present. 

http://southwestpca.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/SWPACA-Program-Draft-12-18-19.pdf




Dr. Soraya Fallah Speaks immigrants from culturally and linguistically diverse communities in Belonging & Displacement Summit

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How might we be #BuildingBelonging for many immigrants from culturally and linguistically diverse communities? How might we help them navigate the various challenges they face as they try to integrate into an entirely new country, while providing services with respect and compassion? Let's join our panelist for the Assembly, Dr. Soraya Fallah! Dr. Soraya Fallah is a doctorate graduate and scholar from California State University Northridge (CSUN). She studied Educational Leadership and Policy Studies. She also holds a Master’s degree in International Relations & Law. She is a lifelong women and human rights advocate and activist. She is one of the founding members of UNWomen-USNC Greater LA Chapter and is currently serving as ambassador. She has gained the knowledge and drive for leadership through her life experiences, lifelong dedication to advocacy, and education. She has been a community leader and has helped paved the way for other women to follow their passions. She o…

American Educational Research Association (AERA) to Display :Social Justice and Parent Partnerships in Multicultural Education Contexts

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publication,Social Justice and Parent Partnerships in Multicultural Education Contexts,was on display in th

Mother and Daughter CSUN Students Co-Author Article

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Mother and Daughter CSUN Students Co-Author Article
April 25, 2019 We are very pleased to announce that one of our recent EdD graduates (Dr. Soraya Fallah) and her colleague & daughter (Cklara Moradian, a graduate student in social work here at CSUN) just had an article published. Read their work on Junto Magazine, Voicing Personal Values to Create Institutional Change
https://www.csun.edu/eisner-education/doctoral-program/news/mother-and-daughter-csun-students-co-author-article

If you wish to use it here is the APA:
Fallah, S., & Moradian, C. (2018, December 21). Voicing Personal Values to Create Institutional Change. Retrieved from https://juntomagazine.com/issues/volume-3-issue-4/voicing-personal-values-to-create-institutional-change/

Submitting two research after 6 months work

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First day of Newroz.


I feel light, something was on my shoulder, now I am done. I am very happy.
I submitted my research on Kurdish Women.

Happy birthday from CSUN

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Voicing Personal Values to Create Institutional Change

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Our Last Publication of 2018 I am closing 2018 with sharing our last publication. A peer review literary piece,"Voicing Personal Values to Create Institutional Change". I am happy to say that Volume 3, Issue 4 of Junto Magazine has released. Our piece appears now in three locations: 1) the print issue which will arrive soon. 2) the digital issue which was just emailed to Junto subscribers who wanted digital subscriptions and 3) online in exploded format on the webpage. Our piece now has a permanent link on juntomagazine.com, located below, which we can share with you all. Thank you for being such an amazing co-writer,